Army Commander Paul Mihova, 12 Generals fired for complaining about economic hardships

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The Zambia Army Commander Paul Mihova has been dropped and replaced by General Phiri a known womaniser and currently Zambia’s defence attache at the Zambian mission in China.

General Phiri was Tuesday morning being interviewed in preparation for his take over from Paul Mihova, Top Secret can confirm.

Meanwhile President Edgar Lungu’s political advisor Kaizar Zulu who is also engineering the PF LUAPULA UNITED last week fired twelve (12) Generals from the Army headquarters.

The twelve (12) were heard by Kaizar Zulu’s informant complaining about the economic problems and failures by President Edgar Lungu to run the country better.

Zulu’s informant immediately phoned Kaizar Zulu who drove to the Army headquarters and surrounded the Generals while questioning about their earlier discussions.

The Generals declined to state what was being discussed and this made Kaizar Zulu recommend that all the twelve (12) get fired with immediate effect.

Kaizar also ordered that none of the twelve (12) Generals should enter any barrack.

But Army Commander Paul Mihova had hesitated to take action against his Generals including the number three (3) in the hierarchy of the Army which further to his corruption allegations led to Kaizar Zulu direct that he gets fired.

General Phiri a known womaniser and currently Zambia’s defence attache at the mission in China was ordered to fly to Zambia for interviews as next Army Commander.

And Top Secret investigations have established that these changes are also meant to either thwart the PF LUAPULA UNITED or indeed strengthen the very PF rival syndicate.

The fired Generals are however still drawing a government salary and it remains unclear if they will appeal against their unlawful dismissals.

 – Top Secret



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